Potts Vegas never materialized but it appears slot machines will be making their way into the Valley Forge Convention Center after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court approved their casino license.
Six-hundred slot machines and fifty gaming tables are planned for the convention center. Upper Merion Township supervisors have already approved this plan. No date for the completion of the project was announced but officials are looking to get this up and running ASAP.
The addition of gambling will give the Valley Forge Convention Center another means to attract customers and make the convention center more of a destination.
Limerick Township turned down a casino but Upper Merion Township is certainly embracing it.